Homemade hot chocolate, DIY photo keychains + more {101 Days of Christmas}

Homemade hot chocolate, DIY photo keychains + more {101 Days of Christmas}

101 Days of Christmas 2015

Each week this holiday season I’m sharing seven of my very favorite 101 Days of Christmas projects from the archives.

I love Christmas traditions—from driving to see Christmas lights after our annual sibling gift exchange shopping trip to hot cocoa on Christmas Eve while we read ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas. While surprises are fun, there’s something extra special about the things we do year after year, cementing those events into our family memories! Advent is just a month away, and I’m already pulling things together to make sure we’re ready for some of our very favorite traditions.

Homemade Hot Chocolate {101 Days of Christmas at lifeyourway.net}

{42} Homemade Hot Chocolate

We’ve already dusted off this hot chocolate recipe to usher in the cool weather, and it continues to be one of my favorites!

Click here for the recipe {and grab the eggnog version here!}.

Homemade Eggnog

{43} Barb’s Homemade Eggnog

I had never liked eggnog until this recipe changed my life. Now this is one of our very favorite holiday treats!

Click here for the recipe.

Chocolate Spoons

{44} Chocolate Spoons

Add a special touch to your coffee or hot cocoa with these chocolate spoons, which are perfect for stirring some chocolate-y goodness into any warm drink!

Click here for instructions.

color me printable cards

{45} Color-Me Christmas Cards

Print and fold these color-me Christmas cards before passing them out to your kids for a personalized touch this Christmas.

Click here for the free printable!

DIY Photo Keychains

{46} DIY Photo Keychains

My husband and I both still carry these keychains on our keys, and I love them so much!

Click here for instructions and tips.

Gluten-Free Gingerbread

{47} Gluten-Free Gingerbread

Looking for a tried-and-true gluten-free gingerbread recipe? This one is a winner!

Click here for the recipe.

apple butter

{48} Overnight Apple Butter

It’s apple butter season here in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, and it’s one of my very favorite treats to serve on warm toast or in a cold “apple butter and butter” sandwich!

Click here for the recipe.

How are you preparing for Christmas this week?

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